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AOM 2024 PDW: Research Frontiers in Nonmarket Strategy

  • 1.  AOM 2024 PDW: Research Frontiers in Nonmarket Strategy

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    AOM 2024 PDW: Research Frontiers in Nonmarket Strategy
    Sunday, Aug 11 2024, 10:00AM - 12:30PM (Chicago Time) | Sheraton, Sheraton Ballroom I - Level 4
    Join us for the 7th edition of AOM's PDW session on Research Frontiers in Nonmarket Strategy!

    Pre-registration Deadline: July 15th, 2023

    Pre-registration link:

    This workshop aims to explore research frontiers in the increasingly active area of nonmarket strategy. Through a combination of panel presentations by distinguished scholars and interactive roundtable discussions with workshop participants, we seek to identify how to advance research and how to address some shortcomings in existing approaches – both empirical and theoretical – in nonmarket strategy research. Roundtables will provide a venue for participants to receive feedback on work in progress from leading scholars in the field. The proposed workshop is likely to be of interest to researchers working on topics such as corporate social responsibility, political strategy, (social) innovation, stakeholder governance, and sustainability, providing an informed perspective on cutting-edge research on these topics.

    2024 Panelists:

    ●       Sinziana Dorobantu, New York University

    ●       Srividya Jandhyala, ESSEC

    ●       Sergio Lazzarini, Western University and Insper

    ●       Jasjit Singh, INSEAD

    ●       Tim Werner, University of Texas at Austin

    2024 Discussants:

    ●       Reuben Hurst, University of Maryland

    ●       Carlos Inoue, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

    ●       Anne Jamison, Copenhagen Business School

    ●       Narae Lee, KAIST

    ●       Zhao Li, New York University

    ●       Michael Park, INSEAD

    Pre-registration: This is a two-part PDW, consisting of a panel discussion and a roundtable session. During the roundtable session, participants will receive feedback on their work in a small group discussion, facilitated by a leading scholar in the field of nonmarket strategy. Participants will submit a 5-page research proposal or summary of work in progress that will be shared with the roundtable leader and participants. If you would like to participate in a roundtable, please pre-register at this link:

    Those wishing to attend only the panel are also encouraged but not required to pre-register. Please pre-register by July 15, 2024. The roundtable sessions can accommodate approximately 40-50 participants; if you are selected, you will receive a confirmation prior to the start of the conference.

    Questions? Contact the organizers: Yilang Feng (, Tony He (, Leo Pongeluppe (

    Tony He
    Assistant Professor
    Rutgers Business School
    Newark NJ